This Land is My Land, paper ed

$16.73

This Land Is My Land is the award-winning book written and illustrated by Plains Cree artist George Littlechild. This internationally known artist combines compelling text with a series of powerful images he created to explain the importance of his family's history. His goal is to heighten awareness of the history and experiences of the Plains Cree in Canada. By focusing on his personal family history, the artist succeeds in expressing the pain and joy of his healing journey. In this book the reader begins to understand the struggle of First Nations and the beauty of their cultures.

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Kiki's Journey, hardcover ed

$22.00

Kiki’s Journey is an illustrated picture book written by Taos Pueblo/Tarahumara author Kristy Orona-Ramirez. The author writes about a common occurrence for First Nation and Native American students. Teachers in urban setting often believe that a Native American student is an expert on all topics Native American. Kiki is no exception. Her family lives in Los Angeles and her parents both grew up in Taos Pueblo, New Mexico. Kiki does not remember visiting Taos Pueblo as an infant, and she is furious when her teacher assumes she should know all about the pueblo.

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This Land Is My Land, paper ed OUT OF PRINT

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This Land Is My Land is the award-winning book written and illustrated by Plains Cree artist George Littlechild. This internationally known artist combines compelling text with a series of powerful images he created to explain the importance of his family's history. His goal is to heighten awareness of the history and experiences of Native People of the Americas. By focusing on his personal family history, the artist succeeds in expressing the pain and joy of his healing journey.

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Bears Make Rock Soup and Other Stories, hardcover ed UNAVAILABLE

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Bears Make Rock Soup and Other Stories is a collection of thirteen short stories by Oneida artist Lisa Fifield and Plains Ojibwe writer Lise Erdrich. In two-page spreads the book developed from the glorious watercolour painting of Lisa Fifield. Combining these vibrant images with one-page stories results in a wonderful picture book for young readers. Drawing on teachings of the Woodland and Plains Peoples, the artist and writer create a set of stories about bear, deer and moose, and birds.

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People Shall Continue, The OUT OF PRINT

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OUT OF PRINT This title is unavailable from the publisher. The People Shall Continue is the story of Native People of Turtle Island told by Acoma poet Simon Ortiz. The simple text and colourful illustrations combine to tell this epic for young readers. Ortiz begins at Creation and traces the history of Indigenous People to the present. The words are powerful and thought-provoking making this overview of Native history one of the best for the young reader.

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This Land Is My Land, hardcover ed OUT OF PRINT

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OUT OF PRINT This Land Is My Land is the award-winning book written and illustrated by Plains Cree artist George Littlechild. This internationally known artist combines compelling text with a series of powerful images he created to explain the importance of his family's history. His goal is to heighten awareness of the history and experiences of Native People of the Americas. By focussing on his personal family history, the artist succeeds in expressing the pain and joy of his healing journey.

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Man Called Raven, A, paper ed

$15.32

A Man Called Raven is a powerful story for young readers about the meaning of respect for life. Two young boys torment a raven and then a mysterious man visits their home. He tells them about a man long ago who was mean to everyone. The story explains how the man was turned into a raven as punishment. Sometimes when people need to hear the teachings, the man returns to explain why we should respect the animals and birds. The author, Richard Van Camp, is Dogrib from the Northwest Territories. His story is based on the teachings of an Elder from his community.

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What's the Most Beautiful Thing You Know About Horses? OUT OF PRINT

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OUT OF PRINT What's the Most Beautiful Thing You Know About Horses? Is a wonderful story by Dogrib storyteller Richard Van Camp. In this picture book, the reader gets to imagine “what is the most beautiful thing you know about horses.” The author tells the reader that he lives in the Canadian North and during the winter it is extremely cold, so cold that he stays indoors and lets his imagination run wild. He explains that his people, the Dogrib, on his mother's side, did not have horses. But they had special dogs.

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